Fri, 27 May 2016 12:25 - Updated Fri, 27 May 2016 12:25
Angola: Electronic systems ensure fishing vessels monitoring
Luanda - The country fishing vessels may be controlled via the Electronic Reporting Systems, coupled to the VM system, said on Thursday in Luanda, an official of the French company, CLS, Juliem Morizur.
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According to Juliem Morizur who was speaking on the second day of a meeting on monitoring of fishing activity, the system can also quantify the fishing activities, as well as the entry and exit from the exclusive economic zones.
The head of the procedural instruction department of the inspection service of the Ministry of Fisheries, Pascoal António Carlos, urged the Angolan operators to practice the fishing activity with responsibility in order to preserve the resource and preserve it for future generations.
The Ministry of Fisheries organized the meeting in cooperation with the French company, in order to train Angolan staff in the field of supervision and fiercest combat of illegal fishing.
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